Chef Saadiyah of Ashikat Kitchen
Saadiyah grew up in Iraq and Jordan and both cultures influence her cuisine. She learned how to cook with her parents in their family restaurant. Saadiyah hopes to expand her own business Ashikat Kitchen into a bakery and restaurant. Her favorite part about cooking is seeing the look on peoples' faces as she watches them taste her culinary creations. Ashikat Kitchen uses fresh ingredients and provides superior quality food through unique styles.
Meat Entree*: Spiced beef biryani with carrots, potatoes, onions, green peas, and vermicelli noodles topped with raisons, almonds, and parsley.
Vegan Entree*: Vegetable biryani with carrots, potatoes, green peas, and vermicelli noodles topped with roasted cauliflower and garbanzo beans
Each entree comes with a side of tabbouleh salad with tomato, lettuce, green onions, mint, parsley, and a lemon and olive oil dressing
*Both entrees can be made Gluten Free without vermicelli noodles, and tabbouleh salad made without bulgar wheat.
Orders must be submitted by Tuesday at 12pm! You will receive an email confirmation upon completion.
Pick up and pay at Spice (2180 South & 300 West, Suite 102) between 4-6:30pm each Thursday. Chefs accept cash, check, and card payments.
1-3 Orders $10 each +tax
4+ Orders $9 each +tax
If possible, bring your own bag for pick up!
Finding Spice Kitchen
Spice Kitchen is located on 300 West at 2180 South, Suite 102.
Spice Kitchen is just west of/next to "Costa Vida" and across the street from the "Mattress Firm Super Center."
We're just north of the Trax line that crosses 300 West. (Google labels the Trax line as "Roper Rail Yard.")